The Plough Inn’s dark wood interior and crackling fire provide the perfect setting for a cosy dinner, following an afternoon exploring the beautiful surrounding countryside. Landlord Liam is on-hand to provide a warm welcome with local ales and a menu that is both rustic and homely, tasting as delicious as it looks.
Favourite pub meals feature on a comprehensive bar menu. Choose from fish and chips, handmade pie of the day, rump steak, mixed root vegetable risotto with Parmesan, tossed salad and white truffle oil, and many more.
A regularly changing specials menu showcases the best of local, seasonal produce from nearby farms. Enjoy starters such as house vodka- and beetroot-cured salmon with micro herb salad, and Swedish mustard and chive dressing, and sumptuous mains such as classic chicken and wild rabbit cacciatore with handmade tagliatelle and Parmesan, and homemade lamb, sundried apricot and fresh mint sausages served with tomato, feta and red onion salad, and sautéed potatoes. If you still have space, indulgent desserts include homemade brownies and sticky toffee pudding, so stop by The Plough Inn for a fantastic village pub meal presented to a high standard.
A spacious beer garden is the perfect spot for al fresco dining, as well as private events and functions. Two lovely bed-and-breakfast rooms are perfect for those travelling from further afield.